Eyes on the Eye of Judgment cards

By Spencer . July 27, 2007 . 12:00am


Using physical cards (i.e. real ones you hold in your hand) is one of the key points in the Eye of Judgment. During another demo of throwing down monsters in the three by three grid, I got to snap a picture of the actual cards. The hieroglyphic-like markings on the top and the bottom of the cards are “cyber codes” that the Playstation Eye reads and translates into a creature in the Playstation 3 game.


There are also four numbers on each creature card. The first represents how much mana it costs to summon the monster and the smaller number next to it is how much mana it takes to let the monster attack again. The number underneath that in the red box is how much life it starts off with and the one below is its attack power. On the bottom of each creature card there is a mini-grid that informs you which direction(s) you can attack in.

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